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Historic Provincetown Venues Team Up to Help Bring Gay Tourism Back to Town

Pilgrim House Staff

“Two of Provincetown’s best-known LGBTQ venues are teaming up: Post Office Café and Cabaret Bar, and Pilgrim House.

The Post Office Cafe and Cabaret Bar has been running since 1974. In 2020, for the first time in 45 years, it did not open up for the town’s summer season because of Covid-19.

The business was recently bought by Tin Pan Alley restaurant owners Paul Melanson and Jack Kelly. They’ve entered into a joint initiative (entitled #ptowntogether) with Pilgrim House, to help promote both venues and encourage visitors back to town…”

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